Doin' That Rag
Cryptical Envelopment ->
The Other One ->
Morning Dew ->
Turn On Your Love Light
Dupree's Diamond Blues ->
Mountains Of The Moon ->
Dark Star ->
St. Stephen ->
The Eleven ->
Death Don't Have No Mercy
drummers chant ->
And We Bid You Good Night Jam ->
Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) ->
And We Bid You Good Night
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Eaton's list reads:Location Philadelphia, PASource SBD MR>C1>DATTransferred by Teddy Goodbear
August 28, 2013
Well, damned if that isn't one of the best played and best recorded Mountains of the Moon that I have ever heard. I saw Tom Banjo play once. He's still around, up in Burlington VT these days. Besides old time banjo, his forte is a performance style called Crankys, a series of hand drawn cartoons pasted together and cranked across a light box while he plays. Generally they're pretty funny. Real low tech stuff. His real name is Tom Azarian and his crankys can be seen on YouTube. Here's a lintk to one of them. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-5bLQLV3Po
December 25, 2012
The old Electric Factory.
December 24, 2012
seminal MOTMOON into darkstar
1st the "moon , then to the STARS !!!"
most gentle transition, almost "studio"
such a sublime dark star, you need a warm 10-12 ' bass/subwooffer to appriciate the delacate bass
February 16, 2012
Amazing mindbender of an Other One.
Astounding Morning Dew. A Dark Star that melts your face off. And on and on. Maybe my favorite show of '69.
January 29, 2009
Good stuff, I've always been fond of Mountains of the Moon....if you play guitar, try it, makes you appreciate the work that goes into song/music composition.
I like the GDTRFB outro jam during the extended bid you goodnight too...good recording to boot.